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Chaired by: Nick McKeown, Stanford University; Jen Rexford, Princeton University.
Sponsored by: Netronome, Microsoft, Intel, Cisco & Barefoot Networks.
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Wednesday, November 18 • 2:00pm - 2:15pm
Using DPDK to Build Programmable Packet Processing Pipelines

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DPDK (Data Plane Development Kit) is a library for creating high performance programmable packet processors, either pipelined or using a run to completion model.  In this talk we will discuss how to efficiently send and receive packets over standard server network interfaces, and the full set of packet processing structures available today.  Developers looking to build pipelines based on P4 can use DPDK as a toolset for processing packets on standard servers.

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M Jay, Intel

M Jay is responsible for DPDK customer training and support for the past 6 years. M Jay joined Intel in 1991 and worked in various positions including 64 bit CPU bus architect, WinNT HAL, Windows NT Hardware Abstraction Layer porting to 64 bit architecture and supporting communication infrastructure customers. At Intel, M Jay has 21 US patents delivered in his architect role. Prior joining Intel, M Jay served as architect for building 1000... Read More →

Wednesday November 18, 2015 2:00pm - 2:15pm
McCaw Hall - Presentations

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